Become a Sponsor
Becoming a sponsor of Twin Cities Pagan Pride and Paganicon has many benefits. You’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you are keeping the only hotel-based Pagan conference in the Twin Cities ongoing as an annual event, the gratitude of the organization itself, and some pretty awesome karma.
ALL sponsors will get a listing on our website, some newsletters, and other promotional materials, as well as other options, depending on the level of sponsorship that you choose.
Listed below are our standard sponsorship levels. If you have an idea for a custom sponsorship package, please let us know. We’re happy to discuss adjusting the benefits to fit your needs as long as we can come up with a mutually beneficial arrangement.
- One 2.25″ x 3.75″ ad in our Paganicon program book (1/8 of a page)
- One 8″ x 5″ ad in our Paganicon program book (1/2 page) – and –
- One free Paganicon attendee badge – or –
- Free Fall Festival vendor space – or –
- $100 off hosting a Party Suite at Paganicon (assuming you apply and are accepted as a host)
- One 3.75″ x 5″ ad in our Paganicon program book (1/4 of a page) – and –
- $20 discount coupon off a Paganicon attendee badge
- One 8″ x 10.5″ ad in our Paganicon program book (full page) – and –
- Two free Paganicon attendee badges – or –
- Free Fall Festival double vendor space – or –
- $200 off hosting a Party Suite at Paganicon (assuming you apply and are accepted as a host)
We are using a new system to track sponsors called “Eventeny”. You will need to create an Eventeny account to fill out the sponsorship form. This will allow you to go back into the application and make changes up until you are approved. If you have already made an Eventeny account for a different event, or to register as a vendor or submit programming, you will use that same account. Eventeny will collect your credit card information at the end of the application, but you WILL NOT BE CHARGED anything until after someone has contacted you and we have firmed up the terms of your sponsorship.
You may choose not to receive one or all of the benefits.